The ethics of cyber-physical systems

Robots are becoming more pervasive, not just in industrial environments, but in our homes, hospitals, airports and shops.  So called cyber-physical systems (CPS) are intelligent […]

Using AI to detect a healthy or unhealthy brain

I’ve written before about a number of fascinating projects that are using machine learning and voice analysis to hunt for signs of conditions such as […]

How smart mobility can diagnose illness

There are a growing number of mobile and wearable tools that are capable of diagnosing various conditions.  Many of these tools look for proteins, biomarkers […]

David Kelly’s Curated Content for the Week of 03/20/17

I read through a number of articles and blog posts each day, and every Monday I curate a few of my favorites for members of […]

Using AI to build the perfect diet for you

Diet sits at the heart of many of the issues facing healthcare systems in the western world, and an alarming number of western adults are […]

Using machine learning to detect epilepsy in children

Artificial intelligence has been making impressive strides in the past year or so, with a number of medical applications utilizing AI to spot problems in […]

Favorite Spots at SXSW 2017 for VR, AR and AI Experiences

Digital Bodies: The SXSW 2017 conference-festival taking place in Austin is like no other. It starts with a conference on education and goes through interactive, […]

Using machine learning to fight crime

Machine learning has been increasingly used in crime fighting in recent years, from early experiments in predictive policing to the use of facial recognition technology […]

Using AI to support materials science

The last year or so has seen a number of fascinating projects using AI to help our understanding of the physical world.  Mostly these projects […]

Using machine learning to speed up drug discovery

New drugs typically take 12-14 years to make it to market, with a 2014 report finding that the average cost of getting a new drug […]

Teaching machines to think instinctively

The last year or so has seen considerable discussion given to the interface between man and machine.  Undoubtedly the principle area for these discussions has […]

Does GDPR do enough to police AI?

Algorithms are increasingly powerful, and researchers have recently been grappling with how they can operate ethically, and effectively, in society. The broad consensus to date […]

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